A Georgian Grade Two Listed Town House
"Located within the Elizabethan town walls and therefore an easy walk into the centre, but also backing onto a golf course and, beyond that, only a couple of minutes' walk to the coast. Barbara Pentecost of Smith Gore, admires this quiet, gently sloping street both for its fabulous location and its' glorious Georgian houses."
thetimes.co.uk Best address: Britain's ten smartest streets Jan 2014
Babies are very welcome.
Highchairs and a travel cot provided.
Please bring your own cot linen.
Wifi coverage fluctuates in the rear bedroom, otherwise good
The attic room has a sea view towards Lindisfarne
Small patio garden at rear
All bed linen and towels
Two dogs are allowed, downstairs only please. Dogs allowed all year on Berwick's nearby beaches
Residents' parking in this quiet street. Parking permit for one car provided.
Large quiet, residential, car-park at top of Ravensdowne next to English Heritage Barracks.
All car parks in Berwick are free, although some have time restrictions and require discs.
Berwick's train station is a ten minute walk away, with frequent trains to Durham, Newcastle or Edinburgh
Walk the Walls
Building the 16th century ramparts reinforced the existing medieval walls, and in doing so became Elizabeth's I single largest military expenditure .
Berwick has a thriving culture scene with galleries, museums and The Maltings for theatre, music and film. There is a timetable of festivals and exhibitions throughout the year
Riding of the Bounds
Party on the Parade
Mouth of the Tweed Festival
Minden Day Parade
Spittal Seaside Fesival
Berwick Food & Beer Fesival
Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival
Berwick Literary Festival
Walking and Cycling Routes
Northumberland Coast Path
Berwickshire Coastal Path
St Oswald's Way
Coast & Castles Cycle Way
The Pennine Cycle Way
The Sandstone Cycle Way
The town has been fought over many times in its history.
The barracks and main guard tells how the soldiers were treated
It is from here, riding the Bounds begins each Springtime.
The Barracks are managed by English Heritage
Spittal Beach is one of many local
sandy beaches to enjoy a traditional seaside day at.
Coldingham Beach closeby is used by surfers. Further along the coast ,divers head for St. Abbs
L.S.Lowry painted over twenty scenes at Berwick during his many visits here.
Independent Shops & Eateries
Away from the high street, on Bridge Street in particular, lies quirkier and more specialist shops, alongside many individual restaurants
Boat trips from the quay, head either up river or out to sea with the hope of encountering seals or dolphins.
Saturday to Saturday
Saturday to Saturday
For each week
20th February £1100
25th March £1200
15th April £1200
22nd April £1200
6th May £1200
13th May £1200
3rd June £1200
10th June £1200
17th June £1200
24th June £1300
15th July £1400
12th August £1500
2nd September £1300
9th September £1300
16th September £1300
23rd September £1300
7th October £1200
14th October £1200
23rd December £1600
30th December £1600